RIO earnings call for the period ending June 30, 2021.
Our goal is to create a safe and engaging place for users to connect over interests and passions. In order to improve our community experience, we are temporarily suspending article commenting
In “Echoes of the Dead,” the fourth thriller in author Spencer Kope’s Special Tracking Unit series, FBI Agent Magnus “Steps” Craig joins the hunt for four prominent men, including a congressman and a district attorney, who disappeared while on their annual hunting trip
COVID-19 deaths in the U.S. have climbed to an average of more than 1,900 a day for the first time since early March, with experts saying the virus is preying largely on a distinct group: 71 million unvaccinated Americans
From climate to Covid rules: how Johnson and Biden match up. Analysis: the two leaders have found common ground in some areas, though dividing lines remain
The competition watchdog has been asked to look at the structure of the UK music industry over concerns musicians are getting "meagre returns" from the current streaming system.
All the biggest moments from the series 12 return to the baking tent.
Pair drove for 30 miles before finding remains of 34-year-old who was last seen two days earlier
A tenth of prescription medicines doled out by GPs are unnecessary, pushing the NHS drugs bill to more than £9 billion, a landmark review has found.
The ancient massive trees of Sequoia National Park’s famed Giant Forest are unscathed even though a wildfire has been burning near them in California’s Sierra Nevada for nearly two weeks
Experts and campaigners dismiss prime minister’s claims of ‘a short-term problem’ - as he also denies ‘people will be short of food’
Labour fills women and equalities shadow roles amid trans rights rowAnneliese Dodds and Taiwo Owatemi take on roles, with others thought to have rejected jobs seen as a ‘poisoned chalice’ Former shadow chancellor Annalise Dodds is now shadow secretary of state for women and equalities on top of being Labour chair and leading the party’s policy review. Photograph: Ian Forsyth/Getty Images
Climate Crisis and COVID-19 were at the centre of the opening of the United Nations General Assembly in New York. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres delivered a tough 'wake up call' to humanity saying we are living in a divided world that's moving in the wrong direction.View on euronews
Conservative MP Jerome Mayhew raised concerns following an independent report into the deaths of people at Cawston Park Hospital, in Norfolk.
Thousands of people evacuated and at least 183 homes damaged
The Amazon boss was responding to claims the company did not pay enough tax in the UK.
Police in Virginia say they've charged a 15-year-old boy in a shooting that wounded two fellow students at their high school
San Francisco is requiring all workers at San Francisco International Airport to get vaccinated against COVID-19
He was speaking as Birmingham City FC’s youth players heard from the UK’s first dedicated football hate crime officer.
Dozens of energy suppliers could go bust in the coming months.
‘She was scared to death in that video [...] he probably killed her right after,’ he says
Dodds replaces Marsha de Cordova who left the frontbench role last week.